Anecdotal (observations & evidence)

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Anecdotal: based on personal observation and experience rather than case studies and official reports and scientific evaluation (so-called).

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The anecdotal approach is hated by science and medicine, but any professional worth his salt will tell you, the teacher always learns more than the student; meaning, people who observe and ask questions become street smart and develop good gut instincts that are often at odds with so-called science, but which benefit the patient.

Young Again Club principles and teachings are anecdotal in nature because humans naturally see, observe and make choices of their own free will, absent coercion from credentialed ‘experts’ with the help of authority.

‘Officialdom’ mocks and attacks ‘anecdotal’ because they say it lacks ‘merit’ and does not have ‘standing’; the anecdotal approach is at odds with the scientific method; peer review has merit, but gifted intelligence has no equal and no peers; peer review sounds rational but is used as a ‘club’ to crush free thinking.

Nothing beats experience, personal observation and instinct; and with rare exception, all major advances in the sciences were and are made by people who have insight and vision, yet they are officially marginalized and mocked; universities rarely, if ever, turn out geniuses in any field; instead they ‘hire’ them to gain official prestige and credibility after their ideas have gained acceptance; for example consider the likes of: Galileo, Copernicus, Newton, Einstein, Pauling, Levy, Franklin, Tesla, Steiner, Turing, Jobs, etc; and when mainstream finally concedes and adopts the ‘obvious’, the same experts in the universities are quick to attack anyone who challenges their new dogma.  Human nature is at play here, but the reader must come to understand that he or she is on their own and only they have a vested interest in discovering truth; in the medical field, something is very wrong when people seek’ cures’  from their practitioner when the practitioner is also sick and dying; or when people line up to get their medications after they have been warned about the contraindications and side effects.

How can this be?  Because no one is thinking! For 1600 years Galen’s idiotic ideas were propagated and taught as dogma to anyone entering the field of medicine, only to finally be discredited when it was obvious that his teachings were false.

Unfortunately, Galen’s false teahings were replaced with absurdities and foolishness like: the Germ Theory of Disease, the Cholesterol Theory of Disease, cancer theory, chemotherapy, fluoridation of water supplies; mass inoculations based on the false idea of antigen ‘induced’ immunity, etc.

Welcome to the world of ‘anecdotal’ where you are free to think, challenge and observe for your own benefit and satisfaction.

The hard sciences like engineering, physics, mathematics, chemistry provide excellent training if students can avoid indoctrination while regurgitating concepts and ideas that are either already obsolete. As for the quasi-hard sciences like biology, biochemistry, physiology, microbiology etc. these disciplines are forever changing, as they should, but always over obstruction and objection of those with vested egos and financial tentacles who are afraid of truth.

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